If you’re like me, you send a lot of emails (and I mean a lot). Although I strive to be creative, there …
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In our quest for finding new and cool ways to help our users be more productive and stay up-to-date with the latest trends, we’re highlighting a tool that completely changes the game in email interactions, PowerInbox.
We’ve found a great new tool called Yesware that helps you create and categorize your email templates and track their performance all through Gmail. Take this cool functionality, couple it with TimeTrade and you’ve turned your Gmail account into a sales prospecting arsenal.
It’s becoming more common lately for professionals to book appointments from their mobile devices. And why not? It seems that almost all …
TimeTrade Workgroup or Professional editions, it’s important to be sure they have a positive impact your business relationship. Whether it’s early on in the sales cycle or years after you’ve acquired a loyal customer, there are some key components to keep in mind when asking someone to take an action such as Click-to-Schedule.
If you’re using TimeTrade online appointment scheduling, you can set up your account to connect directly to your Google Calendar. TimeTrade works 24/7 to automatically update your schedule as meetings roll in and will only offer up times that are open on your calendar.
Setting up automatic color-coding of appointments in your Outlook calendar as they come in is a great way to stay organized and get a quick, visual understanding of what your day will consist of.
Here’s a few neat alternatives you can use to offer up appointments and publish your availability. 1. Add a “Click to Schedule” …
TimeTrade gives you the ability to offer up carefully selected sets of availability based on who you are scheduling with and the nature of the appointment. You have control over what times you select to offer up and on which days. However, if TimeTrade doesn’t know what times you’ve already got booked in your Outlook calendar when someone clicks to schedule with you, you run the risk of double-booking. That’s where the TimeTrade Outlook Connector comes in. By enabling the Outlook Connector, you let TimeTrade and Outlook talk to each other, ensuring that both are updated each time an appointment is booked.